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timing belt r&r concerns

  1. 1Gen-Tundra
    I hope somebody can answer my question. I am in the process of replacing my timing belt on my 2000 Tundra. I purchased the kit and replaced the belt, water pump, tensioners etc. I made sure all my timing marks lined up on the block and the replacement belt. I am watching the video that A1 Auto...
  2. 1Gen-Tundra
    06' Tundra 4.7 eng. 2wd. 145,000 miles So I turned the crank clockwise to the 0 degrees mark with both camshafts aligned on their respective marks as well. Now I installed the new belt with the arrows (on the belt) perfectly aligned to both left and right cam and the one on the crank...
  3. 1Gen-Sequoia
    I just finished my first time replacing the timing and water pump on my wife's 02 sequoia. This is the second belt and water pump on the truck, it has 187,500 miles on it. The water pump started to leak out the side by the ac compressor. So I decided to change them out. Two questions... the...
  4. New Member Introductions
    Hi! Just picked up a "new to me" 2005 Sequoia SR5 4WD, leather with 104,500ish miles. Wondering about status of rust recall on 2005's (not sure)... Also, timing belt / water pump / related parts have NOT been done. Not sure how critical this one is. Need new tires soon... looking for...
  5. 1Gen-Tundra
    I replaced the timing belt a couple days ago, got it all timed up and installed according to steps outlined in the Haynes Repair Manual for my 2000-2002 tundra. Also replaced the drive belts. It ran for a day then when I lent it to my dad, it broke down on him on the freeway. He said he...
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